Making a Vent Decorative Door Stopper

Jul 17th

Decorative door stopper- even a small gap of 1/8-inch between the bottom of the door and the door jamb allows the same amount of air to escape as if drilled six wells on its doorstep. All that air loss leads to an increase in the amount of electricity used to heat your home during the cold winter months. A deserter, also known as a vent cap, prevents air flow under the door, saving you money in the end.

Traditional Decorative Door Stopper
Traditional Decorative Door Stopper

Making a vent decorative door stopper, cut one leg of a pair of straight leg jeans, just below where the leg joins. Cutting sewing cuff leg also. Turn cutting leg inside out. Close one end of the jean leg using pins. Close the other end of the leg using pins. Place the pins 1/2 inch from the edge of the leg and sew closed with the sewing machine. This time, leave a space of 2 inches. Remove pins.

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Turn right leg jean out by feeding jeans for the open hole. Fill the inside of the leg jean insulation to create the draft door. Use cotton batting, rice, dried beans or sand. If you fill jeans with something light, such as cotton, add some weight to the vent decorative door stopper plug using bottle caps, stones or any other material. Fill the inside of the pants leg until the leg is completely full. Fold the edge of the hole into 1/2 inch. Hand-sewn closed with a needle and thread whole.